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Domaine Bosc Long SAS
Winery Wines Files 9

Rotwein 2011 Gaillac AOC "Cuvée du Dôme", South-west France, France

Type: Rotwein (Red wine)
Quantity: 0.75 L
Alcohol content: 12.5%
Predicate: QbA
Price: 6.30 €
Bottle closure: Synthetic
Maturing: stainless steel
Registration number: #DBL-LCDR11

Wine Review Report:

wein.plus rating: very good (86 WP) What our ratings mean
Last reviewed: 29 August, 2019
Best to drink: To 2021+ What our ratings mean
Editor note: Meaty animal notes and a hint of bacon on the nose, cedary and light peppery notes, blackcurrants and red berries, hint of mushrooms, touch of iodine. Clear, fairly polished, juicy fruit on the palate, very fine tannins, vegetal and herbaceous notes, nutty traces, meaty traces in the background, good to very good finish.

The appellation, named after the small town of the same name, is located in the east of the wine growing region of south-west France. Gaillac is one of the oldest wine-growing regions in France. At least since the 1st century the Romans have been growing wine here. It is possible, however, that there had already been winegrowing under the Celts (Gauls) before that. During the migration of the peoples it came to a standstill and was only reestablished in the 10th century by the Benedictine monks of the monastery Saint-Michel-de-Gaillac. In the 13th century, the Count of Toulouse Raymond VII issued a decree for his wine...

The wine-growing areas of this large region (french Sud-Ouest) with about 160,000 hectares of vineyards are among the oldest in France. From a purely geographical and historical point of view, southwest France includes the entire area between the Massif Central, which forms the eastern border, and the Atlantic coast in the west and the Pyrenees on the border with Spain in the south. Julius Caesar (100-44 BC) first called the Roman province he conquered between the Garonne River and the Pyrenees Aquitaine (French: Guyenne). Emperor Charles the Great (742-814) incorporated it into the Frankish Empire. After an eventful history as...

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This red grape variety comes from France. The name is probably derived from the French word for blackbird (merle), because these birds like to nibble the berries, which are very sweet when fully ripe. However, the name may also be an allusion to the black-blue colouring of the berries similar to the bird. There are over 60 synonyms, which testify to its worldwide distribution. The most important are Alicante Noir, Begney, Bigney, Bigney Rouge, Bini, Black Alicante, Blue Merlot, Bordò, Cabernet del Cleto, Crabutet, Crabutet Noir, Crabutet Noir Merlau, Hebigney, Higney, Médoc Noir, Merlau, Merlot Black, Merlot Blue, Merlot Crni, Merlot...

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